Science Fiction meets John Keats

In the spring, CC202 students will get a taste of John Keats’s work. The Core offers an entrée: Dan Simmons’ Hyperion, published in 1989, is named after Keats’s unfinished epic and incorporates many of its themes.

Students are encouraged to read this thrilling twist.


One Comment

Joel Stottlemire posted on May 14, 2013 at 6:49 pm

Hyperion is a powerful word that translates well in Science fiction as well as other genera. Shakespeare uses it to compare his father to his uncle “Like this; hyperion unto the Sayter.”

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